[ros-users] Versioned Code API documentation now available for released stacks/packages
iluetkeb at gmail.com
Sun Aug 7 20:26:16 UTC 2011
Very nice :-) I recently missed that and am glad its there now.
Is the infrastructure code for that available?
On Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 12:13 AM, Ken Conley <kwc at willowgarage.com> wrote:
> One of the benefits of having released stacks is that it lets our
> indexer associated your code with particular ROS releases. We've now
> upgraded our indexer to start producing version-appropriate
> documentation for Code API (e.g. doxygen, epydoc, sphinx) resources.
> We hope that this will make it easier for users to find relevant
> documentation, as well as easier for authors to manage documentation
> across multiple versions. Due to infrastructure issues, we only
> support Diamondback and later releases.
> If you go to the wiki page for a released package, you will see
> updated links under "Code API" and "Msg/Srv API" in the right-hand
> navigation bar.
> Feedback is welcome. We are also looking for doxygen experts out
> there for assistance in making our doxygen template prettier. If you
> would like to lend a hand, please drop me a line.
> NOTE: this new documentation is produced from the debian packages
> associated with a stack release.
> -- your friendly neighborhood ROS Indexers
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